Thanks to all of you for your birthday wishes, it was a really grand day. There are not many pictures from yesterday and what there are are noisy. I managed to leave the camera on 2000 ISO, a senior moment indeed!
Now this is what I call conservation, I’m all for saving wild life and the Black Grouse has become my preferred species. How many bottles I have to consume to guarantee this birds survival the whisky box doesn’t actually say. Whilst awaiting clarification I’ll put my heart and soul into this project and hope for the best. These images are supposed to be blurry, I’ve noticed that most food photographs are.
The last few images are all taken with a prime 25mm lens, it equates to 50mm in 35mm format. I’m going to practise with it for a while.
Today is our last day here we are off to Ullswater tomorrow. I have a few jobs to do, laundry, have a good look at the sticking handbrake and Molly is having a hair cut. There is little likely hood of an internet connection in Patterdale so will save the posts as usual and upload at the first opportunity.